Please continue here. Thread #1 Thread #2 Thread #3 Thread #4 Facebook: Who Is This Man? Possible Alias: Lyle Stevik https://www.facebook.com/pages/Who-Is-This-Man-Possible-Alias-Lyle-Stevik/526230690768530 NamUs: https://identifyus.org/cases/11100 The Doe Network: Case File 233UMWA Reconstruction of Victim created by David M. Morris. Unidentified White / Native Male Located on September 17, 2001 in Amanda Park, Grays Harbor County, Washington. Date of death is September 16, 2001 Vital Statistics Estimated age: 20 - 30 years old Approximate Height and Weight: 6'2"; 140 lbs. Distinguishing Characteristics: Possibly Hispanic. Black hair; hazel eyes. His hair was neatly trimmed. Distinguishing Marks: Appendectomy scar on abdomen. He had recently lost a lot of weight (possibly 30-40 pounds). A small mole on the left side of his chin. His earlobes were attached. His appendix scar was old. Clothing: All in very good shape were a Blue plaid shirt, gray Fruit of the Loom T-shirt, Levi 550 blue jeans (size 36-34), black Timberland boots (size 10 Medium) and a black leather belt (markings "genuine leather made in USA" along with "7301" and "L31". Fingerprints: Available Dentals: Available. Teeth in near perfect shape. He had orthodontic work done. DNA: in CODIS Other: It is possible that he spoke with a slight Canadian or similar accent. Case History The body of this white or Native male was located in a Quinault area motel. His death has been ruled a suicide. He had checked into the motel using the name "Lyle Stevik" from 1019 S. Progress Avenue, Meridian, Idaho. The address he listed is for a motel. Lyle Stevik is a character in the book You Must Remember This, by Joyce Carol Oates. He indicated that he was going to stay a few more days though he had only paid for one evening. The maid entered the room on September 17, 2001 and found him hanging from the coat rack with his leather belt. He had left money on the nightstand with a note that said "For the Room". The only personal belongings in his possession was a tooth brush and paste. He arrived by bus, possibly one that came from Port Angeles (south), but a bus came up from Aberdeen (northbound) and arrived about the same time. Neither driver was sure if he was on their bus. He arrived with no luggage, and there was no luggage, clothing, etc. in the motel dumpster. He may have come from Canada, as the clerk recalled that he had "a slight Canadian accent". The fact he wrote the word "suicide" on a piece of paper found in the trash leads authorities to believe he wrote a letter home, telling someone of his intentions, that he was going to disappear, so they aren't looking for him. He may have been dying, or suffered from depression, as he lost a lot of weight, although nothing was found at the autopsy. There were no indications that he ever wore a wedding ring. Fingerprints were sent to FBI and RCMP with negative results. Agency Case Number: 01-7870 NCIC Number: U960002335 Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.